Snow and ice storms are different critters when there’s no equipment to clear the roads (as you’d expect elsewhere like MI and OH). And now that the yay-hoos have driven over the roads, they’re gonna freeze up like car parts in a junkyard and the mess will be worse tomorrow. And the next day, and the next few days after that. Mass melting is days away at best.

Which reminds me…I remembered about ice dams and the lakes they create with ice-melt, and I cleaned out the gutter in front of our house, so we won’t get a little ice pond on our driveway apron….


  1. Pooh says:

    My school district called a snow day today. On the news last night they said that Atlanta has only eight plows! Good luck and be careful!

  2. Sammy says:

    I thought the Interstate system was for national emergencies (plus economics); apparently the super-bare-bones budgets that our government agencies have do not allow for keeping the Interstates open. So much for national safety. Maybe the TSA should be funding this?